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Pem Tech

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Below is a shot of part of the Pem-Tech work bench. You will see scratch builds, future releases, crazy ideas, OOP kits, clones and more crazy ideas.


Just a friendly reminder to everyone that we WILL be there on All Hallows Eve for the Fireside Chat. Anything in the picture is free-game during the Chat, Trudy has sworn me to tell the truth, but just during the Fireside Chat. So get your questions and comments together and we'll have a rippen' ole' time.
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hmmm a very interesting collection

I think you're just trying to be a big tease.
 

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OK, here it is...
To be sure that I do not miss this chat, Trudy tied me to a chair Monday night, and supplied me with soda and chocolate for the duration. Looking forward to talking "Rocket Geek"!

 

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OK, tell me that one in the foreground is coming soon as a kit :)

otherwise, just might have to swipe the design, oops... esp since I do have an ST10 sized HoJo cone awaiting a home ...

hmmm....

great stuff, look forward to more :)
 

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OK, tell me that one in the foreground is coming soon as a kit :)

otherwise, just might have to swipe the design, oops... esp since I do have an ST10 sized HoJo cone awaiting a home ...

hmmm....

great stuff, look forward to more :)

That will be our first "Modern" Sci-fi kit, a deep space vehicle called the Arcturus. It is still under developement at this time but we are still chugging along. The first version was a BT-55 and 3" LOC tubing, but this was too heavy for D12's so we modified her to a BT-55 and BT-80. As you may have guessed she has a 24mm MM, the fins are 1/8th inch ply topped with quarter sections of 3" tubing. Haven't decided if those are to be radiative coolers, a part of some exotic drive or shielding of some sort.
Glad you like her...
We'll update as development continues.
 
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